What program do you use to make beats and why?

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  1. SwagProductionZ

    SwagProductionZ @cocaineaudio

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    Fl studio 9... It's easy to learn and can easily be takin anywhere.. Plus a lot of the greatest producers use it...
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  2. Shadowcast

    Shadowcast New Member

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    FL Studio 10. It's just too good.
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  3. cj mandarin

    cj mandarin CJMandarin Productions

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    FL Studio 10 is the fucking shit. The ease of use of that program is astounding. I recently got Ableton Live but have been too lazy to figure out all it's kinks.

    If FL Studio adds a high resolution zoom feature like they have in Ableton, it's game fucking over.
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  4. robertclarke

    robertclarke New Member

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    I started with Acid Style, went on to FL Studio, then to Acid Pro, now I use Reason. Why I use it is because I prefer it's interface over the other programs...but any program can make great instrumentals, just depends on the user/beat maker.
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  5. ADMBEATZ

    ADMBEATZ Aka NyCe

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    I switch up a lot and use FL Studio to MPC. I like the new FL studio's workflow. Image-Line has picked up from the previous versions. But as for now, I midi through from FL into the MPC I.E If I'm going to use Nexus and want the MPC to sequence notes I played.
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  6. TheMarcusBLACK

    TheMarcusBLACK So Long Salvation..

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    I find that physically making the beat is better than just clicking..
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